Women's World Cup Thighlight Spectacular

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Last year's men's World Cup drew the world's attention to South Africa, but men aren't the only ones who can kick balls and turn heads with their soccer prowess.

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Check out the beauty and strength and alligator-killing gams of the tournament's players, and if you're interested in tuning in, powerhouses Germany and France are playing each other on Tuesday, and the United States women will face a tough Swedish squad on Wednesday. Great coverage/analysis of the Cup thus far can be found here.

Now, to the Thighlights!

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Equatorial Guinea's Anonman celebrates after scoring her side's first goal during the group D match between Australia and Equatorial Guinea at the Women's Soccer World Cup in Bochum, Germany, Sunday.

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Hope Solo of USA controls the ball during the FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 Group C match between USA and Colombia at Rhein-Neckar-Arena on Friday. (I wonder if she has any relation to Han.)

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Brazil's Rosana, Cristiane, Marta, Maurine and Formiga, from left, dance as they celebrate Rosana scoring her side's 2nd goal during the group D match between Brazil and Norway.

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Germany's Simone Laudehr celebrates scoring the opening goal during the group A match between Germany and Nigeria.

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North Korea's Jong Pok Sim, left, and Sweden's Lotta Schelin go for a header during the group C match between North Korea and Sweden.

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United States goalkeeper Hope Solo tries to stop a shot from teammate Alex Krieger during a training session in preparation for a match against Sweden.

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Equatorial Guinea's Carolina, right, goes for the ball followed by Australia's Lisa De Vanna during the group D match between Australia and Equatorial Guinea.

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Louisa Necib of France plays the ball during the matchday –1 training of France on the eve of the group A match between France and Germany.

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Canada's Sophie Schmidt, left, and France's Marie-Laure Delie challenge for the ball during the group A match between Canada and France.

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England's Kelly Smith, left, and Mexico's Monica Ocampo challenge for the ball during the group B match between Mexico and England.

All images and caption information via AP

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